Chart of the week: How confusing is fake news and who is responsible?
About two-in-three adults (64 per cent) say fabricated stories cause a great deal of confusion about the basic facts of current issues and events. And it seems the responsibility to counter such fake news lies more-or-less evenly distributed between the general public, the government and the social media platforms who are used to spread the fake stories, according to those surveyed.
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